The artworks above were submitted & sold in The Incognito 2022 Art Show in Sydney this year. Each piece was painted on small A5 cards, provided by the show. Each artist donated 3 works & no details were provided about the art prior to or at the event.
In 2022, Incognito exhibited over 3,000 original A5 sized artworks that were donated by some of Australia’s most renowned professional artists as well as some of the country's most exciting emerging artists.
All proceeds from the sale of artworks went to Studio A, an organisation that support artists with disabilities to build professional careers in their art.
UPDATE: Closing bid on the auction was $400.00, with all proceeds donated directly to NSWRFS. The painting now belongs in NSW with its lucky new owner! Thanks to all who liked, shared and bid on this auction.
As our country burns I know there is not a lot I can do from here & I don’t have a lot to give but I can give this. I am now opening this piece up for auction & will donate 100% of the proceeds to the NSW Rural Fire Service. You can bid by sending me a direct message or email. I’ll keep the auction open for a couple of weeks & post updates. Proof of donation will be provided & domestic shipping in Australia covered by me. Starting bid $100. Please share to your networks or anyone who may be interested. The Auction is being run through this site as well as my Facebook and Instagram pages.
‘Fire in her heart’
45.7cm x 61cm
Oil on stretched canvas
I created this painting and video in response to the devastating bush fires we are currently experiencing across our beautiful country. I hope you enjoy it and if you can give, please donate to any of the amazing charities that are helping our people, our fire fighters and our animals at this time.
For something a little different I created this video of my painting titled Winter's End. This piece sold before it was even dry but I love the way the video came out. Winter's End, Oil on stretched canvas (60.9cm x 91.5cm.
This painting was inspired by the plight of so many of our Australian farmers who are doing it tough at the moment due to ongoing droughts. They receive little or no assistance from our government and I am left to ponder the questions, if we don't help and our farmers disappear, Then who will feed us?
I was planning to donate 40% of the profit from the sale of this painting to Aussiehelpers.org.au, an organisation that helps Aussie farmers and their families. I have now instead sold the painting at cost to a charity event who will auction it off to raise funds for the farmers. I feel this will possibly help raise more funds than what I would have been able to contribute by my sale alone.
Then who will feed us? - Oil on canvas - 91.4cm x 76.2cm
Original price = $1300
Sale price at cost = $520
This is a piece that has taken a long time for me to finally complete. A long while ago i came across this picture & immediately it took me to a peaceful place. I could see myself sitting on the rocks in a state of mindfulness & just listening to the water dance off the edge of the rocks. For a long time I was not confident or willing to attempt to paint it in case I wasn't able to give it the justice i felt it deserved.
Recently I came to a place I felt I could paint this scene & bring myself to the state the original photo had taken me. With the use of palette knives & fan brushes I feel I was able to capture the serenity of the space, the sharpness of the rocks & the bright & bold red leaves adding something extra over the top of an already beautiful scene.
The scene has an oriental feel and I can feel the water dancing over the rocks & hitting the still pool below, which lead me to the name, Oriental water dance.
I was pleased to sell this painting before it had even dried!
Oriental Water Dance: Oil on stretched canvas, 91.4cm (W) x 76.2cm (H)
$1100.00 - SOLD
One of the things I loved and miss most about growing up in the Blue Mountains in NSW is the beautiful creeks & waterfalls found throughout. This latest oil painting, on canvas is titled “Sylvia Falls” and was completed on 17th October. Sylvia falls is one of the waterfalls found in the Valley of the waters in the Blue Mountains.
61cm x 76.2cm
Unframed - Edges painted & ready to hang
Much of the artwork on this site is available for purchase through my Bluethumb art page or by messaging me directly through the contact form on this site.